What would this feel like? This must be a dream. Or an imagining. Something is amiss. What does it mean when a young girl is flying through an unknown space—untethered, askew—a wingwalker? It could be an adventure. They sky is an inviting aqua. The clouds are liquid. But she seems very small and innocent up there. When I created this work, I was thinking about escape, and the dangers entailed in the process. Created in three panels, it reads like a story board. In the first panel, far below the girl and the plane, there lurks a giant sea creature. (It’s designed from images I researched of a prehistoric sea dweller.) The suggestion of windows creates a sense of looking inside a space. This is about inner experience. When works are story-telling images, it’s my hope that there’s an interaction between the experience of the viewer and what I’ve created in the work itself. I invite you to bring your own memories, fears and experiences and respond to this dream.
See the whole work in the Girl's Journey Gallery - HERE